Pure Water for the World
In order to make their goal come true, Pure Water For The World provides sustainable safe drinking water filtration systems, latrines and hygiene education toward families and communities in any developing countries. This organization claims that since 2008, they have provided at least one drop of clean water and hygiene education to 1913 schools, 40606 homes, 191 care facilities, and 4870000++ beneficiaries. This organization works directly in rural, underserved communities that lack of clean and safe drinking water.
They install water filters and latrines which are sustainable in homes and schools, and provide education of hygiene to the entire communities. Their projects are considered as open projects by allowing anyone to get involved with it. Anyone can help them by giving donation or directly getting involved with them in charity.
In other side, there are also companies which are trying to show us the importance of consuming pure water by selling and offering their best invention in water solution, one of the famous one is the Pure Water Freedom from USA. They try to disenchant the danger of consuming conventional tap water, which is allegedly bad for human’s health. Based on the campaign, tap water contains fluoride, pesticides, chlorine, and many other contaminants. Fluoride was considered as very dangerous contaminants and became their major concern, that they provide the fluoride filter as their main product.
Another example of company which offers the safety of consuming water with their products is the Pure Water. Inc. They have the same major concern with The Pure Water Freedom, but they use another method in handling that. While some other similar company are using the reverse osmosis method as their filtration system, Pure Water. Inc is using the Distilled Water system.
Their products are claimed doing a better filtration since distillation system is said as a more effective water treatment method. Their well-designed distiller is said to be able removing 99% of contaminants by heating the water into its boiling points, capturing and then condensing the pure steam to form pure distilled water.